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Egg Quality Penalty Levies Regulation, M.R. 202/89

« Egg Quality Penalty Levies Regulation », R.M. 202/89

The Farm Products Marketing Act, C.C.S.M. c. F47

NOTE: This regulation was enacted in English only.

Loi sur la commercialisation des produits agricoles, c. F47 de la C.P.L.M.

NOTE : Ce règlement a été adopté en anglais seulement.

version anglaise

Regulation 202/89
Registered August 17, 1989

This regulation is made under the Manitoba Egg and Pullet Producers' Marketing Plan Regulation, Man. Reg. 242/87 R and is Regulation 2/89 of The Manitoba Egg Producers' Marketing Board.

Failed lot

1   In this regulation, "a failed lot" means those eggs comprising a lot which fails to meet the requirements before the eggs in that lot may be graded as Canada A following an inspection pursuant to subsection 1(2.1) of Schedule 1 to the Egg Regulations, being C.R.C., c. 284, made under the Canada Agricultural Standards Act.

Penalty re two failed lots

2   Where any eggs marketed by a producer have been found to be part of a failed lot, and where that producer had marketed eggs from a failed lot within the previous 84 days, a levy of 25¢ per dozen eggs marketed is imposed on that producer with respect to all eggs which are part of that failed lot.

Penalty re three failed lots

3   Where any eggs marketed by a producer have been found to be part of a failed lot, and where that producer has marketed eggs from a failed lot on two other occasions within the previous 84 days, a levy of 30¢ per dozen eggs marketed is imposed on that producer with respect to all eggs which are part of that failed lot.

Higher penalty payable

4   In the event a levy is imposed under section 3 hereof, no levy shall be payable with respect to the same marketings under section 2 hereof.

Payment of levies

5   The levies imposed under this regulation shall be due and payable by the producer to this Board at the time and place of the marketing of the eggs by the producer and may be deducted as a first charge against the monies owing to the producer for eggs marketed by him to the Board.

Effective date

6   This regulation comes into force on September 15, 1989.

July 5, 1989THE MANITOBA EGG PRODUCERS' MARKETING BOARD:

John Richert, Chairman

Penny Kelly, Secretary

APPROVED

August 15, 1989THE MANITOBA NATURAL PRODUCTS MARKETING COUNCIL:

Howard Motheral, Chairman

Gordon H. MacKenzie, Secretary